Krishnali Beach Resort
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... it back until I bought something. I had to take a huge blanket off the shelf and tell we traded, that little **** gave me my shawl back stat. We stop at a spot called lobos and order a pepperoni pizza. The cheese is pretty bad and it doesn't have pepperoni it has peppers. We start drinking beer and meet a couple old dudes sitting next to us. After we get close to the end of our beers our homies to the right buy us another. A few minutes later we buy Vince and Felix some shots. After ...
... strengthened its ramparts. The fort is in the shape of a horseshoe, with a length of 1,300 meters. The Arabian Sea surrounds it from three sides. One of the fort's bastions has a lighthouse. A temple of the Goddess Bhagwati is located inside the ...
... the old book says, but we're not exactly running into many fellow goras (gringos) very often! In fact every time we see a whitey there's a double take... "did you see that!? Was that what I thought it was??"
We got directions from the front desk and hit the road, opting for the coastal route rather than the highway. The rain was light and eventually stopped, so we lost the wet weather gear and even managed ...
... they knew how to converse in either Hindi or English.
The tour was short. I would recommend going to Jaigad for the vistas. There is a small fort there as well as a lighthouse. Jaigad is about a 30 minute driver I believe via Malgund.
Evening was spent lazing on the beach and admiring the beautiful hues that the sunset would conjure up in the skies. There is a small stairway that leads up to the beach from our cottage. The beach is very beautiful and ...
... temple nearby which is about a kilometer away from the resort. You need to walk down a few steps to reach the temple.
It was about 1 pm by then and we decided to make a detour towards Velaneshwar a
little temple hamlet by the sea. So we bid goodbye
to NH17 and swerved right towards the Guhagar highway.
It would be a good idea to tank up the car here as this now approaches a more remote section.
After tanking up